This is reported by Reuters with reference to the company's representative Ian Robertson.
"No, we are not. We are committed to our enterprises in the United Kingdom, our staff, "said a company representative in the UK.
Earlier, the Financial Times published an article that talked about the possible closure of factories of the German concern in Britain, which produces cars Mini and Rolls-Royce. This is due to the situation around the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union, which could disrupt supplies.
Robertson noted that the comments in the newspaper article were taken out of context and related to a supply chain disruption that would result in delays in production at British plants.
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